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Training on Mondays 7pm at Boddington Gardens, W3 9AP    map
Wednesday 7pm at Gunnersbury Park, meet at the club: W5 4LL    map

Committed & Proud

Actonians RFC (formerly Old Actonians) is a leading London Rugby club with a real international appeal and representation from many of the major rugby playing nations. Our 1st team are recently promoted to London North West 3. Our 2nd ‘s are consistently strong (Middlesex Merit Table) and we also have an Occasionals and Vets team. Actonians RFC are coached by Florent Rossigneux, Wasps and Racing Club flanker with major coaching experience. Actonians RFC has produced county, national and premiership players over the years all of whom still have close links with the club. If you want to develop your game then Actonians RFC is a great environment to play within. 

Actonians RFC welcomes all nationalities who have the desire to play rugby competitively. We have a professional coaching and facilities team, though we do not pay players as we have built our foundations as an amateur club that produces good players at all levels.

Actonians RFC is located just off Gunnersbury Drive in the heart of W5. In a vibrant part of West London, the facilities on offer are some of the best around. Acton Town (Piccadilly line) and Ealing Common (District line) underground stations are both a short walk away. The ethos of the club is very much focused on rugby (1st XV London North West 3) with a big emphasis on the social side of the sport with friends, family and members past and present all encouraged to get involved in club life. 
We have an excellent, newly secured coach, who runs 2 sessions a week on the main pitch plus we have games most Saturdays for 2 senior mens sides plus an Occasionals side.
We go on an annual end of season tour with recent trips to Warsaw, Budapest, Amsterdam and Portugal to name a few.
Off the pitch we have a great newly re-furbished clubhouse which is the perfect place to ahve a post match drink and to watch to watch this year's Rugby World Cup games.

To play for Actonians RFC please email the club at

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Date: Sat 05 Sep 2015

 First TeamLondon Welsh?Home 14.30

Date: Sat 12 Sep 2015

 First TeamBurgess HillHome 15.00
 Second TeamFriendly TBCHome 14.30

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 First TeamWasps AmateursAway 15.00
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30 Jul OldActoniansRFC @OldActoniansRFC
RT @RFU_Facilities: RugbyFootballFoundation grants- @OldActoniansRFC goalposts @BurleyRUFC clubhouse @Bristol_L_rugby pitch furniture @TorringtonRFC

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30 Jul OldActoniansRFC @OldActoniansRFC
RT @rugbyworldcup: 50 days to go until the start of #RWC2015 but who will be lifting the Webb Ellis Cup on 31 October?

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29 Jul OldActoniansRFC @OldActoniansRFC
Preseason training continues tonight. Meet at the club at 1900, W5 4LL #preseason #rugby

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27 Jul OldActoniansRFC @OldActoniansRFC
Another week of preseason is upon us. See you at 1900 at Boddington Gardens, W3 9AP

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22 Jul OldActoniansRFC @OldActoniansRFC
Pre season training continues tonight. Wednesday sessions now in Gunnersbury Park. Meet at the the club at 1900, Gunnersbury Drive, W5 4LL.

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13 Jul OldActoniansRFC @OldActoniansRFC
Preseason continues tonight from 1900 at Boddington Gardens, W3 9AP #rugby #letsdothis

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09 Jul OldActoniansRFC @OldActoniansRFC
Senior Vase 1st Round Draw: OA's at home vs Burgess Hill 12/09/15.

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06 Jul OldActoniansRFC @OldActoniansRFC
Rugby's back! Pre season kicks off tonight. See you all at Boddington Gardens, W3 9AP at 1900 #preseason #hardyards #rugby

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02 Jul OldActoniansRFC @OldActoniansRFC
Pre season training starts on Monday 6th July. Pre seasons is Monday and Wednesday from 1900 at Boddington Gardens, W3 9AP #letsdothis

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